| Commentary

6 International Chamber of Commerce

| Commentary

6 International Chamber of Commerce

The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) was established in Paris in 1923 and has since administered over 22,000 international arbitrations. It is one of the most active and regionally diverse arbitral institutions in the world, and deals with many other aspects of international trade in addition to dispute resolution. Its arbitration system is used extensively by commercial parties and governmental agencies engaged in international trading activities, and its International Court of Arbitration supervises arbitrations taking place all over the world. The ICC published new arbitration rules in 20171, which,

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